Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Two years ago, Casey Anthony was acquitted for the murder of her two year-old daughter Caylee, even though most of the country was sure she was guilty. Since the verdict, Anthony has been in hiding and done her best to stay out of the public eye.

Until now, that is.

On Monday, Anthonyy, 29, was photographed out and about in her new hometown of West Palm Beach, Florida. She was first pictures out on a jog, looking as if she did not have a care in the world.


Clearly trying to remain incognito, Anthony kept her sunglasses on and her hat pulled down over her face. This did not keep photographers from getting multiple shots of her, however.


These pictures were released just two days after Anthony first resurfaced at a charity event in Lake Worth, Florida. Photos of a woman strongly resembling Anthony were taken at the Women for Women 5k/10k race, and experts are almost positive that it is her.


Anthony has been seen extremely rarely since 2013, when she filed for bankruptcy after announcing that she owed nearly $1 million in legal fees to her attorney Jose Baez.

In 2014, her other lawyer Cheney Mason said that his former client lives like a hermit in the home she can barely leave due to death threats. He added that she makes a living as “a housekeeper, clerk, secretary and stuff like that.”


Anthony no longer has a relationship with her father, whom she famously accused of sexually abusing her. She also has very limited contact with her mother. Mason says that he has tried to convince Anthony to reenter society, but she continues to distrust the world around her.

“Casey is aloof,” Mason said. “She is kind of, I think, afraid of people … she’s not real close to. We’ve had a couple of occasions to have social gatherings that can include her — close friends, the (legal) team. She still likes to back away from the middle.”

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